Federal accountability and federal support have helped enable 1.8 million more students, most of them low-income minorities, to graduate from high school.
If only the legislature funded schools like they do prisons.
Laws protecting students must seek to strike the same balance between safety and growth.
We live in a time when the artistic voice has never been more threatened.
Universities produce engaged citizens and entrepreneurs who will support democracies and become catalysts for vibrant markets and economies.
The current gripe is that federally required testing and accountability are hopelessly flawed endeavors.
The median wage for Americans with just a high-school degree is roughly $35,000 a year. For college graduates, it's $65,000.
The rule casts the net too wide and is sure to bring about unintended and detrimental consequences.
Mrs. Abe charmingly ignores the unwritten rule that she should remain all but invisible and silent.
Congress is poised to scale back nutritional standards adopted for school lunches.